Samples "Chemistry"


Soap Making

In chemistry, soap is a salt of long chain fatty acid. They are mainly used for cleaning, bathing and washing. Washing soap is obtained by treating vegetable or animal fats and oils with a strong solution of alkali. The alkali solution known as lye bring about saponification reaction that involves...

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Gastrointestinal Tract: Disorders

Gastric acid secretion and production is directly subjective to histamine. The secretion of the chemical occurs in the oxyntic (gastric) glands (Chris, 2014). The cells that are responsible for the secretion of the acid are known as enterochromaffin-like cells abbreviated as ECL. The nervous systems and the endocrine system advance...

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How Ppar Gamma Affects Mechanisms Of Autophagy Pathway Due To Acrolein Reactivity

Acrolein is a toxin which can be produced endogenously, obtained from the diet, or organisms can be exposed to it in their environment. Because of the multiple routes of exposure and its high level of toxicity, there have been many studies which have looked at the mechanisms of acrolein-induced toxicity...

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Manganese is a chemically active element which is pinkish-gray in colour and a member of group 7 elements. Its atomic number is 25 and it is symbolized as Mn. Besides being a very had metal it is also very brittle. It does not melt easily and like iron it rusts...

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Acrolein Toxicity

Acrolein is an unsaturated aldehyde which recently has become to be known as being a serious environmental health hazard. There are several different ways in which humans can be exposed to acrolein, these include oral through food and drink, respiratory through inhalation of cigarette smoke or car exhaust or exposure...

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Laboratory Information System

Risk assessment is an important validation point. It is essential to assess the risk that the system poses to the lab’s processes. In this case, the risks posed are very high because the system is used to transmit results that are essential for creating a treatment plan for patients. I...

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Solubility in Nature: Calcium Carbonate

Calcium carbonate (CaCO3) is an important part of the carbon dioxide cycle (DiVenere, 2017). As such, it acts as a partial buffer for the earth's climate. The formation of calcium carbonate takes carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and sequesters carbon, primarily as part of limestone. However, under current conditions,...

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Caffeine Post Lab Report

PURPOSETea is a beverage which is consumed all over the world. One of the main reasons for this consumption is that tea contains caffeine. Caffeine is alkaloid compound, which like other alkaloids, such as ephedrine, is a natural stimulant. All types of tea (green, oolong and black) are all produced...

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Green Chemistry

Green chemistry is a rapidly developing innovative approach in chemistry which focuses on protecting the environment and human health. It generally refers to “the design of chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use and generation of hazardous substances” (Anastas, 2005). Also, it is believed to have emerged...

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Saving Time and Resources in Open Access LC/MS by Using a Novel Back-Flushing Scheme

Abstract The open access LC/MS has become particularly popular in determining final chemical reaction-product purity and integrity, as well as to monitor chemical reactions. However, the open access environment suffers from clogging since chemists need to run thousands of different samples, which have varying solubility levels. Several practices to reduce...

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Radon and its Implications for Human Health

You can’t see it; you can’t smell it; and you can’t taste it. Still, radon in the food you eat, the water you drink and the air you breathe is toxic and in the long run it can cause serious health problems leading to death, including lung cancer. Radon is...

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